#1
Alright, me and my band use drum loops in our recordings and we wanna start playing live at small gigs. I wanna know how we should get the loops to play at our concerts i.e. like using a CD player with a microphone. IM NOT ASKING FOR YOUR OPINION ON DRUM LOOPS, WE CANT FIND A DRUMMER!
Thanks for responses
#2
connect your laptop to the PA system. youll need an adapter too. thats it.. for at home, just do the same thing into a guitar amp. thats what my band does
#5
Quote by lespaulfan74
but where can i get an adapter


Any store that sells electronics/stereo equipment. Your laptop probably uses a 1/8 inch stereo jack. PA's use 1/4 inch stereo jacks. So you'll need a cable or adapter that can connect the two.
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Ibanez TS808
Voodoo Labs Microvibe
Analogman Chorus
Morley Bad Horsie II
Keeley Compressor (C4)
Nova Delay
MXR 10-band EQ
#6
I would also look into something like the M-Audio Trigger Finger, so you can start your loops and such without using a mouse or the computer keyboard.
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#9
You could also just invest in a looping pedal like an EHX 2880 or a Boss Loop Station so you could actually control the loops.

Or, if it's only for drums - get a drum machine.
Gear

Gibson '57 Les Paul Reissue
Marshall TSL 601
EHX: Big Muff, Metal Muff, Small Stone, POG, 2880
Ibanez TS808
Voodoo Labs Microvibe
Analogman Chorus
Morley Bad Horsie II
Keeley Compressor (C4)
Nova Delay
MXR 10-band EQ